Sábado de mierda ("Saturday of Shit") is a 1988 Mexican film by Gregorio Rocha and his then-partner Sarah Minter, shot between 1985–1987. The film is one of four independent films of the 1985-1991 period focusing on the lives of punk gangs in the Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl ("Neza York") suburb of Mexico City. The specific gang was a group known as Mierdas Punks ("Shit Punks"), who were also featured in the documentaries Nadie es inocente (also by Minter), and La neta no hay futuro by Andrea Gentile. The film is classified as a semi-documentary.
The Zulus Motorcycle Club, or Zulus MC, is a club for one percenter motorcycle enthusiasts. The club has a history of almost 50 years and is known for being one of the first black one percenter motorcycle clubs.
The Warlocks Motorcycle Club was founded in 1967 in Florida, United States by ex-US naval servicemen serving on the aircraft carrier USS Shangri-La. It is a "One Percenter motorcycle club" with chapters in various parts of the United States, Canada, England, and Germany. Established by Tom "Grub" Freeland, an ex-US Navy veteran in Orlando, Florida, in 1967. The Mother Chapter is still located there. The club's founder, Tom "Grub" Freeland, died in 2019.
The Warlocks Motorcycle Club is a "one-percenter" outlaw motorcycle club that was formed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1969. It was the first official 1% outlaw motorcycle club founded in Pennsylvania. The club is most prominent in the Philadelphia and Delaware County area, but they have territory all throughout the Delaware Valley (i.e. the Philly metro area), including South Jersey and Wilmington, and have a heavy presence in the Lehigh Valley. There are now chapters all throughout Pennsylvania, South Jersey, and Delaware. The club's insignia is a Harpy, which in Greek and Roman mythology, was a female monster in the form of a bird with a human face. Their colors are Red and White. The club rapidly expanded at the end of the Vietnam War when thousands of soldiers returned home to the United States, many to Pennsylvania....
The Vendettas Motorcycle Club, or Vendettas Crew, is an International outlaw motorcycle club founded in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada in 2009. It was established by the more well-known Rock Machine Motorcycle Club (RMMC) to act as a support club throughout the Canadian province of Manitoba, but would grow to be an international support club of the RMMC with chapters in Canada, Australia and Russia.
The Trust Motorcycle Club, also called Trust Motorcycle Club Germany, are an outlaw motorcycle club based in Germany. It was founded in 1984 as a merging of several MCs. In addition to 33 German chapters, the club has seven chapters in Romania and one each in Belgium and Thailand.
The Tribesmen are a prominent outlaw motorcycle club based in the North Island of New Zealand. They have a relatively large presence, having set up chapters in Ōtara, Northland, Rotorua, Murupara and Christchurch.
There were 108 members imprisoned in 2015.
The Tribesmen MC are considered the dominant players in the gang scene in Christchurch.
The Solo Angeles Club de Motociclistas (English: Solo Angels Motorcycle Club) is a motorcycle club that was formed in Tijuana, Mexico in 1959. The club's insignia is simply a chopper-style motorcycle. The club does an annual charity run where they deliver toys to poor children in Tijuana.
The Sin City Deciples Motorcycle Club, also known as Sin City Nation, is a mixed race one-percenter outlaw motorcycle club. As one of the most well-known and oldest black outlaw motorcycle clubs in the United States, they have multiple chapters across the nation and have an additional presence in Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia, and South America. Additionally, the organization has many support clubs in across the U.S. in select states.
It differs from most other outlaw motorcycle clubs in the fact that it welcomes all races into its club, owing to its historical creation by a group of Moluccans and Dutch friends. Satu darah in Indonesian and Malay means "one blood".
Satan's Choice Motorcycle Club (SCMC) was a Canadian outlaw motorcycle club that was once the dominant outlaw club in Ontario, with twelve chapters based in the province, and another in Montreal, Quebec, at its peak strength in 1977. Satan's Choice grew to more than 400 members by 1970, making it the second largest outlaw motorcycle club in the world, behind only the Hells Angels.
The club was involved in the first major outlaw biker conflict in Canadian history, when it engaged the country's second largest club, the Popeyes, from 1974 to 1976. Satan's Choice's power began to diminish during the late 1970s, with some of the club's chapters "patching over" to the Outlaws in 1977. The remaining chapters would eventually become members of the Hells Angels, along with most of the other major outlaw clubs in Ontario, in 2000.
The Aryan Nations Sadistic Souls Motorcycle Club, also known as Sadistic Souls MC, is a white-supremacist outlaw motorcycle club founded in 2010. Since 2014, they have been listed as an active neo-Nazi group in annual reports conducted by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
According to the club's website, the group states that it is "the militant arm" of the Aryan Nations.
The Rock Machine, or Rock Machine Motorcycle Club (RMMC), is an International outlaw motorcycle club founded in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 1986. It has nineteen Canadian chapters, eight US chapters and eleven chapters in Australia, with chapters also located in 23 other countries worldwide. It was formed in 1986 by Salvatore Cazzetta and his brother Giovanni Cazzetta, Salvatore was a former friend of Hells Angels Quebec chapter president Maurice Boucher, the Rock Machine competed with the Hells Angels for the street-level narcotics trade in Montreal. The Quebec Biker war saw the Rock Machine form an alliance with a number of other organizations to face the Angels. The conflict occurred between 1994 and 2002 and resulted in over 160 deaths and over 300 injured, an additional 100+ have been imprisoned....
The Road Rats MC are a London-based independent English outlaw motorcycle club established in the 1960s. Arguably, one of the "oldest and toughest motorcycle clubs in the country" which became notable for its clashes with the English Hells Angels chapter, including a shooting on Chelsea Bridge, the Satan's Slaves MC, in which two Road Rats were killed, and for murdering one of the founders of the Cycle Tramps MC.
The Rats are notorious for having fallen out with almost every motorcycle club in the UK and a few outside of the UK.
The Road Knights Motorcycle Club is an outlaw motorcycle club that operates in the South Island of New Zealand with a presence in Invercargill, Dunedin, and Timaru. Since 2012, new chapters have been formed in Thailand, Netherlands and the United States.
Its rivalry with the Mongrel Mob boiled over in June 2008 in Invercargill when the Road Knights' building was burned down and two motorcycles stolen. The motorcycles were later found by police at the local Mongrel Mob headquarters but had been set on fire. Two Mongrel Mob members were charged with the arson.
As of 2009, Road Knights membership in New Zealand was low and former leadership had dispersed, died or gone to jail.
Along with the Grim Reapers, Warlords Motorcycle Club, and Kings Crew Motorcycle Club, the Rebels became one of the four dominant outlaw motorcycle clubs operating in Alberta prior to 1997. By 1997, when the Grim Reapers became part of the Hells Angels in a patch-over ceremony held in Red Deer, Alberta, and after merging with the Loners of Saskatchewan, the Rebels had become a support club of the Hells Angels with four chapters: Edmonton, Calgary, Moose Jaw, and Saskatoon....
The Popeye Moto Club, also referred to as the Popeyes MC, was a French-Canadian outlaw motorcycle club and criminal organization based across the province of Quebec. At the group's peak, they were believed to be the largest club in Montreal and the second-largest outlaw motorcycle club in Canada, behind Satan's Choice. They were also the largest of the French-speaking clubs in the country.
The Pissed Off Bastards of Bloomington (POBOB) is a motorcycle club that, in 1947, along with the Boozefighters and the Market Street Commandos, participated in the highly publicized Hollister riot, later immortalized on the film as The Wild One (1953).[failed verification]
Peckerwood is a term used in the Southern United States for a woodpecker which is also used as an offensive epithet toward white people, especially poor rural whites. Originally an ethnic slur, the term has been embraced by a subculture related to prison gangs and outlaw motorcycle clubs. The term was in use as an inversion of woodpecker by the 1830s, with the sense referring to white people documented from the 1850s. African-American folklore in the 1920s contrasted the white "peckerwood" bird with the African-American blackbird. The word became a common term in Jive.
Pagan's Motorcycle Club, or simply the Pagans, is an outlaw motorcycle club formed by Lou Dobkin in 1957 in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States. The club rapidly expanded and by 1959, the Pagans, originally clad in blue denim jackets and riding Triumphs, began to evolve along the lines of the stereotypical one-percenter motorcycle club.
The Pagans are categorized as an outlaw motorcycle club by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). They are known to fight over territory with the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club (HAMC) and other motorcycle clubs. They are currently active in California, Delaware, Florida, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, South Carolina, Virginia, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, West Virginia, Washington State and Puerto Rico.
The Original Red Devils Motorcycle Club was a Canadian outlaw motorcycle club based in Southern Ontario, it was founded in Hamilton in 1948, making it Canada's oldest Motorcycle Club. The club originally went by "Red Devils", however to differentiate themselves as the original from the other motorcycle clubs using similar names they added the "Original" onto the front of their name.
Notorious is an 1% outlaw motorcycle club based in Germany. Its emblem is the split head of a gangster, one half a human face, the other half a skull, which symbolizes on one side the family life from the past, and on the other side loyalty to the death.
They had been fighting with other motorcycle gangs in their areas.
Another outlaw motorcycle club called Notorious existed in Australia until 2012.
Notorious is a former gang that was based in Sydney, Australia. They claimed to be an outlaw motorcycle club; however, not all members ride motorcycles. A large percentage of its membership consisted of petty criminals, with no real history of bikers among their ranks. Its emblem features a skull with a turban brandishing twin pistols and the words "Original Gangster" beneath it, along with the motto "Only the dead see the end of war". Labeled as one of Australia's most dangerous gangs, they had been feuding with larger and well-known motorcycle gangs including the Hells Angels and the Bandidos. It was thought that as of March 2012 the gang no longer existed as an organised structure after being dismantled by a police operation arresting key members and with other members choosing to quit the gang life.This served to reinforce claims by established MCs that Notorious wasn’t a genuine club.
No Surrender Motorcycle Club is an international outlaw motorcycle club established in the Netherlands. No Surrender was founded in 2013 by Klaas Otto. By 2014, the club claimed over 600 members, and membership exceeded 900 in 2018. The leaders are mainly Dutch trailer residents or of Turkish origin.
On 16 February 2016, Otto announced he had left the club.
In 2014, three members of the group were reported to have traveled to Iraq to fight alongside Kurdish forces against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria in Iraq and Syria, an act which is not in itself a crime, according to authorities in the Netherlands.
In June 2015, it was announced that one of the volunteers, Nomad Ron, had died in a traffic accident.
On January 13, 2017, the clubhouse in Emmen was raided by police. According to the authorities, the clubhouse was trading in hard and soft drugs....
The Nomads Motorcycle Club is an outlaw motorcycle club in Australia with a large number of chapters and members nationwide. It was founded in Newcastle in 1968. A number of countries have motorcycle clubs called "Nomads Motorcycle Club", e.g. Australia, South Africa and Germany, and there is a Nomads gang in New Zealand.
The Mongols Motorcycle Club, sometimes called the Mongols Nation or Mongol Brotherhood, is a "one-percenter" outlaw motorcycle club. The club is headquartered in Southern California and was originally formed in Montebello, California, in 1969. Law enforcement officials estimate approximately 2,000 full-patched members are in the club. The Mongols' main presence lies in Southern California, but they also have chapters nationwide in 14 states and internationally in 11 countries.
The Lost Breed Motorcycle Club were a motorcycle club in Nelson, New Zealand, formed in 1976. Since then they have been primarily the only gang in the town and have repelled attempts by other gangs (including the Highway 61 MC and the Fourth Reich an extremely violent Neo-nazi gang) to set up. The club has recently announced that they are strongly opposed to the drug P and domestic violence although police consider these claims to be dubious "wonder if they are also against the use of cannabis and the unrestricted sale of alcohol."
At the end of 2015, they were shut down by the Hells Angels.